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Hunaudieres
Bentley Hunaudières Concept
Bentley
aka Type aka here, not up there
Introduction 1999 Geneva Motor Show
Class Concept Car
Body Style 2-door, 2-seat Mid-Engined Coupe
Length 4430 mm
Width 1980 mm
Height 1190 mm
Wheelbase 2650 mm
Weight Weight - you get the point
Transmission 4WD
Engine 8.0 litre (8004 cc) DOHC W16
Power 623 hp @ 6000 rpm
561 lb-ft of torque @ 4000 rpm
Similar similar (competition)
Designer Designer (lead designer if it was a team effort)

Bentley Hunaudières is a high-performance supercar prototype launched by Bentley on the 1999 Geneva Salon International de l'Auto. It is powered by a W16 Volkswagen engine that produces 623 bhp at 6000 rpm. The name Hunaudieres refers to the famous high-speed straight at Le Mans where the Bentley legend was born in the 1920's with five victories in the Le Mans 24 Hours.

See Autopedia's comprehensive Bentley Hunaudières Concept Review.

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Specs:

  • Track front : 1738 mm
  • Track rear : 1645 mm
  • Tires front : 265/30 ZR 20
  • Tires rear : 335/30 ZR 20
  • Top speed : electronically limited at 350 Km/h.

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Volkswagen Group


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Current Models: Mulsanne · Continental GT · Continental GTC · Supersports · Continental Flying Spur ·

Rolls-Royce Era: Arnage · Azure · Brooklands · Turbo RT · Continental · Azure · Brooklands · Turbo R · Eight · Mulsanne · Camargue · Continental · Corniche · T1 & T2 · S3 · S2 · S1 · R Type · Mark VI

Early Bentleys: 3 L · 6½ L · Speed Six · 4½ L · Blower · 8 L · 4 L · 3½ L · 4¼ L · Mark V · Corniche

Specials/One Offs: State Limousine · Dominator · Buccaneer · Val D'Iser · B2 · B3 · Silverstone · Camelot · Phoenix · Imperial · Rapier · Spectre · Grand Prix · Monte Carlo · Pegasus · Sports EST · Mark VI by Pininfarina · Empress II by Hooper · Java Estate · R-Type Continental Abbott Coupe · Touring Flying Star

Concept Cars: Hunaudieres · Arnage Drophead Coupé Concept · Java Coupe · Java Convertible · S3 E Design · GTZ Zagato · T1 Coupé Speciale

Racing Vehicles: Speed 8


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W.O. Bentley Corporate website A subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group


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